Embarking upon a career in real estate for Nanna Flesch is an evolution of her life endeavors. Her experience and knowledge of the agriculture industry along with her love for nature and animals has bolstered an alliance with real estate company Corder and Associates where they specialize in farm, ranch and recreational properties.
Agriculture has always been a component of her life even since childhood as she grew up helping her grandparents on their sheep operation and showing livestock in 4-H in northeastern Colorado. Nanna pursued and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science at Colorado State University. During her time at the university, she met her husband Jeff. In 2007, they embarked on a new venture and moved to her husband’s family ranch in Shelby, Montana. She quickly amassed knowledge for raising purebred angus cattle as her husband and she took over the managerial roles on the family cow/calf operation. Flesch Angus showcases an annual production sale every March that attracts cattle breeders from all over the northwest and Canada. The well-attended sale marks its 32nd annual in 2021, while it continues to grow and improve.
Nanna plays a vital role in the ranch and at home as mother of three children, Preslee, Jagger, and Lennon. Multitasking takes on new meaning while she supports the extracurriculars of her kiddos, helps the ranch grow and flourish and now sells land with her real estate license. She enjoys the relationships she’s established as a result of her ventures and anticipates utilizing the many skills she’s obtained in her professional and personal life to effectively help you achieve your ambitions.
Nanna embraces the outdoor recreational opportunities that Montana has to offer and enjoys spending time on the water kayaking and paddle boarding. She also does graphic design, livestock photography, loves hiking, running, yoga and traveling.
Because of her extensive background in agriculture, Nanna understands the value of land and the importance of its preservation. She is passionate about sharing the Montana ranching tradition with others and wants to help you find your niche as she feels she has been so lucky to have found hers.